Cycling Tour of Bagan Full Day Tour

Walking & Biking Tours in Myanmar (Burma)

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Where: BAGANSet off on a full day cycling the plains of Bagan. Dotted with thousands of temples, you will see the vast landscape as you pass on your bicycle. Exploring by bike you will have opportunity to see local life that other modes of transport miss. Highlights: • Interact with the farmers and locals as you pass on two-wheels• Stop at your leisure to admire the incredible Bagan surrounds• Local Burmese lunch• Knowledgeable guide showing you must-see gems
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Bagan Temples, Bagan, Mandalay RegionYou will be met by your guide in the morning with your bicycles for the day. After a quick safety briefing you start your riding adventure led by your guide, leaving the roads behind and venturing off onto dirt tracks, only accessed by bikes and horses.We quickly end up on village roads passing single-story bamboo houses standing adjacent to unique brick warehouses built in the 1950s, and finally, to the temple-filled plains where we enjoy the historical sites from two-wheels. Make stops at your own discretion to visit famous monuments like Shwesandaw, Ananda and Shwezigon Pagodas. Your guide will point out all the not-to-miss hidden gems as you pedal through your day. A slight incline will take you to the Bagan Plain for a different perspective. Lunch is local affair of traditional Myanmar cuisine, usually consisting of salad, rice & curry/soup. Just time enough to recharge your batteries before you set off again.Stop en-route to learn about the production of local treats, buy from roadside vendors, pause and view the livestock, say ‘hi’ to local children etc.In addition to being the home of sacred temples Bagan itself is a buzzing little town where you can learn much about the traditions and lifestyles of indigenous people before cycling back to your hotel for a well-earned rest and reflectionLunch is local affair of traditional Myanmar cuisine, usually consisting of salad, rice & curry/soup. Just time enough to recharge your batteries before you set off again.Stop en-route to learn about the production of local treats, buy from roadside vendors, pause and view the livestock, say ‘hi’ to local children etc.In addition to being the home of sacred temples Bagan itself is a buzzing little town where you can learn much about the traditions and lifestyles of indigenous people before cycling back to your hotel for a well-earned rest and reflection.

What’s included

  • English speaking guide
  • Bicycle (e-bike)
  • Government tax
  • Lunch

What’s not included

  • Other drinks & refreshments not stated
  • Personal expenditure
  • Tips
  • Travel insurance
  • Shopping
  • Zone Fees
  • Entrance Fees

Highlights

  • Lunch included
  • Small-group tour
  • Led by a local guide
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